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Mount Holyoke College

Mar 23 2014History/Histories (art history/etc.)
Emphasize life experience, although once you get there, no one will be interested unless you say you are downtrodden, especially sexually.
Female
Feb 07 2014Biology
Don't do it. There are happier places out there!!!
Female
Dec 07 2013PreLaw and Legal
Get good grades, and find a subject which you are passionate about which has a context in the greater world. It can be weird. I wrote my admissions essay about how I felt passionate that if America is going to be claimed as a free market capitalist state, I should be able to sell my kidney for slushies. I promise, it sounded really articulate and clever when I was 17.
ACT: 30 Female
Jun 18 2013Neuroscience/Cognitive Science
As long as you load your resume with accomplishments and activities, you will probably get in. Honestly, having a lot of money or a legacy pretty much ensures you a spot.
Female
Mar 29 2013Undecided
I applied. Visit the campus, talk to some students, sit in on classes, but make sure you can stand living in a small, isolated city for four years.
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Nov 05 2011Biology
Demonstrate that you are capable of working hard, and that you are a passionate person. Get involved with everything and anything you love or are interested by. You don't have to over-extend yourself, just do things you enjoy and give back to your community.

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